July Newsletter and Meeting Notice

Our next meeting will be Monday, July 21st, at 7 PM at the Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street, Madison. Check kiosk for room.

Parking: Lowell parking is for guests of the hotel and staff only. Nearest parking is the Lake Street Ramp, one block south (you can also enter from Frances Street). Street parking is free after 6 P.M. Try east on Langdon up around the curve or the foot of Gilman Street around the corner from Porta Bella, generally our tavern of choice for an apres-meeting drink. Porta Bella is on Frances between State and University.

City of Madison Parking Website: http://www.cityofmadison.com/transportation/parking.cfm

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Starting around 7:10 we will read:

Love U Forever; Flip a Coin (Act 1) ……………. by Kurt Brown :45
Eureka (scenes) ………………………………………… by Gary Kriewald :20

There is a little room on this schedule if people want to bring scenes or short plays to complete the evening. Continue reading

June Newsletter and Meeting Notice

Our next meeting will be Monday, June 16th, at 7 PM at the Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street, Madison. Check kiosk for room.

Parking: Lowell parking is for guests of the hotel and staff only. Nearest parking is the Lake Street Ramp, one block south (you can also enter from Frances Street). Street parking is free after 6 P.M. Try east on Langdon up around the curve or the foot of Gilman Street around the corner from Porta Bella, generally our tavern of choice for an apres-meeting drink. Porta Bella is on Frances between State and University.

City of Madison Parking Website: www.cityofmadison.com/transportation/parking.cfm

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Starting around 7:10 we will read:

“A Soldier’s Man” ……………………………………… by Joshua Biatch :10
Eureka (scene) ………………………………………… by Gary Kriewald :20
“Prologue to Orestes in the Underworld”………. by Nick Schweitzer :05

This is a light schedule. If people want to bring scenes or short plays to complete the evening, go for it.

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May Newsletter and Meeting Notice

Our next meeting will be Monday,  May 19th, at 7 PM at the Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street, Madison. Check kiosk for room. 

 

Parking: Lowell parking is for guests of the hotel and staff only. Nearest parking is the Lake Street Ramp, one block south (you can also enter from Frances Street). Street parking is free after 6 P.M. Try east on Langdon up around the curve or the foot of Gilman Street around the corner from Porta Bella, our tavern of choice for an apres-reading drink. Porta Bella is on Frances between State and University. 

 

City of Madison Parking Website:  www.cityofmadison.com/transportation/parking.cfm
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Starting around 7:10 we will read: 
Have You Seen this Boy? (final scenes) .. by Gary Kriewald :30
Untitled ……………………………………. by Brendon Smith :10
“Mr. Pengra Is Eternally Grateful” ………. by Allen Youngwood :30

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April Newsletter and Meeting Notice

Our next meeting will be Monday, April 21st, at 7 PM at the Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street, Madison. Check kiosk for room.

Parking: Lowell parking is for guests of the hotel and staff only. Nearest parking is the Lake Street Ramp, one block south (you can also enter from Frances Street). Street parking is free after 6 P.M. Try east on Langdon up around the curve or the foot of Gilman Street around the corner from Porta Bella, our tavern of choice for an apres-reading drink. Porta Bella is on Frances between State and University.

City of Madison Parking Website: http://www.cityofmadison.com/transportation/parking.cfm

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Starting around 7:10 we will read:

“The Grasshopper” ………………………………………………… by Ross Shenker :45
Will (scenes 2,3,4 ) ………………………………………………… by Coleman :30
Triage (scenes 5,6) ………………………………………………… by Russ Tomar :40
Have You Seen this Boy? (scene 6) …………………………. by Gary Kriewald :20
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March Newsletter and Meeting Notice

Our next meeting will be Monday,  March 17th, at 7 PM at the Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street, Madison. Check kiosk for room.

Parking: Lowell parking is for guests of the hotel and staff only. Nearest parking is the Lake Street Ramp, one block south (you can also enter from Frances Street). Street parking is free after 6 P.M. Try east on Langdon up around the curve or the foot of Gilman Street around the corner from Porta Bella, our tavern of choice for an apres-reading drink. Porta Bella is on Frances between State and University.

City of Madison Parking Website:  www.cityofmadison.com/transportation/parking.cfm

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Starting around 7:10 we will read:

“The Playwright Wore a Pinafore” ………………………. by Sandra Reynolds :20

Have You Seen This Boy? (scenes 4 & 5) …………. by Gary Kriewald :30

Evolution of a Goddess (part 2) ………………………… by Mark Lajiness :30

Cymbeline (Act 1) …………………………………………… by Christopher Wolter :40

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“Clippies” – Feb 27 and 28

Clippies

Can a summer job change your life? It’s summer in Madison and Marc, a UW freshman, has landed a job as a canvasser for PlantWatch, an environmental non-profit. Things aren’t going well until he’s befriended by Sage, a veteran canvasser (and talented amateur artist), who becomes a mentor and friend. A modern re-telling of the Pygmalion myth, “Clippies” is both a coming-of-age tale and a testament to the transformative power of art.

Please join us for a special presentation of “Clippies, or You Can Make a Difference!,” a new play by G.L. Kriewald. Brought to you by Clear Plastic Theater and Playwrights Ink, this performance will take place at Overture Center’s gorgeous Rotunda Studio, a true black box theater located adjacent to The Playhouse and Rotunda Stage. The piece will be done “workshop style” with minimal technical elements, thus pushing the story and text into the forefront. A post-show discussion will follow both performances, meant to provoke constructive criticism from the audience.

February Newsletter and Meeting Notice

Our next meeting will be Monday,  February 17th, at 7 PM at the Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street, Madison. Check kiosk for room.

Parking: Lowell parking is for guests of the hotel and staff only. Nearest parking is the Lake Street Ramp, one block south (you can also enter from Frances Street). Street parking is free after 6 P.M. Try east on Langdon up around the curve or the foot of Gilman Street around the corner from Porta Bella, our tavern of choice for an apres-reading drink. Porta Bella is on Frances between State and University.

City of Madison Parking Website:  www.cityofmadison.com/transportation/parking.cfm

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Starting around 7:10 we will read:

The Playwright Wore a Pinafore” ………………………. by Sandra Reynolds :20

Have You Seen This Boy? (scenes 2 & 3) …………. by Gary Kriewald :30

“Kylie, Evolution of a Goddess” ………………………… by Mark Lajiness :30

“Four Lovers” …………………………………………………. by Paula Pachciarz  :10

* * * * * *   We always need women readers. Please come!!!  We’ll buy you drinks after.  * * * * * *     Continue reading